Conor McGregor recently lashed out at Khabib Nurmagomedov, and called Abdulmanap’s illness a “Cover Up” to evade in-ring competition. He has now expressed grief over the death of Khabib’s father.
The Notorious One, evidently on an Instagram post claimed Khabib is possibly using his father’s illness as a “Cover Up” to bail out from any ring action.
Conor McGregor has claimed Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father’s battle with COVID-19 was a “coverup” to hide his “lack of activity” and “pulling out of fights.”
I’m lost for words. I truly am.
— Chisanga Malata (@Chisanga_Malata) June 24, 2020
However, he later deleted the comment, but it is of no contention that McGregor is always in limelight, and whatever he does often gets highlighted.
Conor McGregor Along With Other Fighters Expressed Grief
In the early hours of Friday. The reigning Lightweight Champion’s father and trainer Adbulmanap Nurmagomedov passed away at the age of 57. Following multiple health issues cumulative of the COVID-19 disease. This prompted reaction from every corner of the community.
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Conor McGregor too paid his respect to the legendary coach, and posted
The loss of a father, a coach, and a dedicated supporter of the sport. Condolences and rest in peace Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 3, 2020
Is it Finally The Time when Conor McGregor Needs To Change His Attitude?
Conor McGregor’s capricious nature often puts him under fire. His foul-mouthed attitude and later things not panning out the way he intends them to, has repeatedly left him in a situation where he had to shift from his earlier stance.
However, there is also no doubt that this mannerism of his has complemented his in-ring performance. And hence fetched UFC a great deal of popularity. Bringing out the closure that while fans find this characteristic enticing. The bearers of his conduct, and more often than not Conor McGregor himself faces consequences.